Sentry joins the Student Developer Pack

Sentry joins the Student Developer Pack

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School may be (almost) out for summer, but we’re still adding to the Student Developer Pack. Sentry is now offering error reporting to new and existing pack members—send up to 500,000 errors per month and enjoy unlimited projects and members.

Sentry provides real-time error tracking and crash reports for your web apps, mobile apps, games, and more. With Sentry, you get all the information you need to identify, reproduce, fix, and prevent bugs—from the full stack trace and the contextual details of the exception to a trail of events that led to the issue and release and commit data—so you can set priorities, triage proactively, and make sure errors don’t affect your user’s experience.

Sentry works with dozens of languages, frameworks, and libraries, including JavaScript, Python, Ruby, PHP, Node, Java, Go, and Swift—and it’s 100% open source. Sentry also integrates with GitHub to create issues based on Sentry events.

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Our Student Developer Pack gives students free access to the best developer tools from different technology companies like DigitalOcean, Datadog, Stripe, Travis CI, Sentry, and more. Oh yeah, and all students get free unlimited private repositories—perfect for summer projects.

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